Employers are experiencing a different labor market than ever before. American workers are looking for new jobs, expecting their employer to “counter-offer,” and are expecting to find a job that meets their needs and wants. Employers are no longer in the “driver’s seat” when it comes to recruiting and hiring.
Back in the day, candidates were looking for the ideal job from which they could retire. The attitude shifted to “If I can stay for five to ten years, I’ll show stability and be able to gain some good experience.” With tech workers and millennials, it morphed to “If you don’t move up or out in three years, you’re stale.” According to one study, on average, Gen Z is staying at one job for just over two years. That’s an average! In this session we’ll discuss what employers can do to improve their culture so that employees want to stay, and what we can do at the recruiting stage to hire employees who are more likely to stick around for a bit!
HR Source and Valley Industrial Association are partnering to bring you this timely session.
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